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That the ongoing conflict in Ukraine is having some seriously detrimental effects on EU-Russia relations is nothing new. But I think we’ve heard enough about this so-called ”new Cold War”. This is a repost of Playing with Russia in the Baltic Sea Sandpit: Challenges and Opportunities, originally published on LinkedIn by Clarissa Hirst (@clarissa_hirst, LinkedIn),… » read more

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Posted by Mathew Lowry

Although the average age of the bus fleet in Polish cities is constantly decreasing, new buses are still fuelled mainly by diesel oil. However, this could be changed easily, as has been demonstrated by cities that have decided to go green and have chosen biogas buses. This is a repost of Biogazowe autobusy to ekologiczne… » read more

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Railways are known as an ‘old-fashioned business’, a 150-year-old means of transport that is nowadays used less and less, and where it is still used requires large sums to keep it working, as with all old technologies. This is a repost of Rail Baltica projekt on mõttetu raha raiskamine and Miks mitte Eestisse hyperloop?, originally… » read more

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  We are encouraged to use public transport for environmental reasons, to reduce traffic, to ensure public service sustainability, and to increase urban life quality. Awareness campaigns are funded out of the European or local administrative budget. This is a repost of Municipiul Săcele, originally published in Romanian by Marius Malinescu (@deretinut on Twitter, also… » read more

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Posted by Mathew Lowry